Kunafa Nuts 1Kg

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    Kunafa, also spelled knafeh or kataifi, is a traditional Middle Eastern dessert that is believed to have originated in the Levant region, which includes present-day countries such as Lebanon, Palestine, Jordan, and Syria.

    The dish is made with a type of pastry called kataifi, which is made from a dough of fine, shredded phyllo pastry. The kataifi dough is then mixed with melted butter, sugar, and often a sweet filling like sweetened cheese, nuts or cream. The pastry is then baked and topped with a sweet syrup made of sugar, lemon and sometimes rosewater or orange blossom water.

    Kunafa is a traditional dessert that is often served during Ramadan, weddings, and other special occasions. It is also a popular street food in the Middle East and can be found in many Arabic sweet shops and bakeries. The dessert is also popular in other countries in the Middle East and North Africa region, as well as in diaspora communities around the world.

    The origin of the dish is uncertain, but it is believed to have been developed over centuries, with various cultural and historical influences shaping its evolution. Some sources say it has its origin in the Ottoman empire and others say it was brought by the Arab people that migrated to the region.